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The Ancient Magus' Bride

by Yamazaki Kore (Author/Artist)

With her mother dead and father long gone, Chise Hatori has spent her childhood being passed unwanted from relative to relative, until she finally makes her unfortunate way to a strange and improbable auction block. Offered as a 'sleigh beggy? to the highest bidder, Chise is purchased by the (literally) boneheaded Elias Ainsworth, who promises to take her on as his apprentice. Elias is a mage, and his world is one of dragons and faeries - but before Chise can begin to get accustomed to all that nonsense, Elias drops another bombshell. Apparently Chise isn't just intended to be his apprentice - she will also be his bride
Nominated for the 8th Manga Taisho Award


The Voynich Hotel

by Douman Seiman (Author/Artist)

Staffed by murderous maids and situated on a war-ravaged island, the Voynich Hotel is far from your run-of-the-mill vacation destination--but it's not such a bad place to lie low for ex-yakuza Kazuki Taizou, who's on the run from his so-called family. As he settles into his weird new life, this darkly comedic manga winds through plots both nefarious and romantic, delving ever deeper into the island's witchy--and sometimes demonic--strangeness


My Monster Secret

by Masuda Eiji (Author/Artist)

Kuromine is a guy who does not lie, hence his nick name "a bag full of holes". But everyone has secrets, and even Kuromine has one. Meet the very lovely, elegant, and mysterious Shiragami whom Kuromine has new found affections for... But what is this' Why does she have humongous wings when no one's looking and super long canines' Something is very different about this girl..


Princess Jellyfish

by Higashimura Akiko (Author/Artist)

Kuragehime follows Tsukimi Kurashita, an 18-year-old who moved from Kagoshima to Tokyo to become an illustrator. Tsukimi is a jellyfish otaku who comes to live in a shared bath and toilet, women-only apartment, Amamizukan. Other tenants include fujoshi, NEETs and others who consider fashion their natural enemy, calling themselves "Amars". One day, Tsukimi meets a fashionable and beautiful girl, Kuranosuke Koibuchi, who saves a jellyfish that is about to die at a pet shop. She later discovers that Kuranosuke is merely cross-dressing in order to evade inheritance of his father's occupation as a politician

Note: Won the Kodansha Manga Award for best shōjo manga in 2010 and was nominated for the 2010 Manga Taishō award


Generation Witch

by Isaki Uta (Author/Artist)

In a modern day setting, witches make up about 1% of the world population. Most people look up to them and envy their power, but the gift of magic isn't all sugar and rainbows... Follow the witches in this slice of life series as they face the ups and downs in their daily lives, finding love and friendship in the most unexpected places


Today's Cerberus

by Sakurai Ato (Author/Artist)

Ever since an childhood incident, Chiaki has never been able to truly feel joy or have fun. One day, his traveling father sends him a mysterious cardboard box. Once opened, a girl who calls herself Cerberus pops out of the box! This girl, who has three personalities in one, vows to protect Chiaki from all harm. Will Chiaki be able to live with this three-in-one girl? [DrCoke


City

by Arawi Keiichi (Author/Artist)

The manga centers on Nagumo, a penniless college student who moves to a town filled with bizarre people


Giant Spider & Me: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale

by Morino Kikori (Author/Artist)

Seven Seas describes the story
A young girl named Nagi and a giant spider make an unusual pair in this post-apocalyptic story, but living in the mountains is lonely, and they've managed to find each other. Join them in their strangely sweet domestic bliss as they spend their days sharing tea and throwing picnics, proving that love (and delicious food) can bring together even the most unlikely of friends


Sweetness and Lightning

by Amagakure Gido (Author/Artist)

Inudzuka is a teacher who has been caring for his little daughter, Tsumugi, on his own since his wife's death. He isn't good at cooking, so they've been eating packaged meals from the convenience store. A series of events lead him one evening to a restaurant run by the mother of one of his students, Kotori. Her mother isn't there, but Kotori does her best to feed them both. It turns out that Kotori is often alone, since her parents are divorced and her mother is frequently not around. The three of them begin to meet and cook tasty food together